Carragher had initially hammered his former Monday Night Football co-star
Former Manchester United defender quits Sky Sports job but will stay as assistant to Roy Hodgson with England
The Mestalla is a tough place to manage as Premier League coaches Quique Sanchez Flores, Ronald Koeman and Claudio Ranieri will all testify
VOTE: Number of candidates could take over from the new Valencia coach
Footage shows axed former Sky Sports presenter Gray making offensive chant at female colleague
The former manager has been a regular onlooker during David Moyes' difficult start to life at Old Trafford
The captain was out in the first over
A look ahead to this weekend’s Divisional Playoff match at the Bank of America Stadium in Carolina
Wright knocked out contender Simon Whitlock to reach his first final in the tournament while van Gerwen will be appearing for the second straight year
Greg Dyke, chairman; David Davies, executive director; Brian Barwick, chief executive. The roster of senior appointments at the Football Association from among the ranks of television executives in recent years indicates just how influential its on-screen presence, and the billions in earnings this generates, has become for the game.
The England striker scored his 150th goal for United in the comeback win over Hull and hopes that the worst of their results are now behind them ahead of second half of the campaign
A look ahead to tonight's Champions League fixture in Naples
A look ahead to tonight's Champions League fixture at Stamford Bridge
The Rugby Football Union is not prepared to go to war with its own top-flight clubs in an effort to save the threatened Heineken Cup, but it is ready to explore every other available option in the search for a peace deal that might protect the tournament from the worst excesses of its own stakeholders. The price of failure will be heavy indeed. "It would open up a Pandora's Box for the game across the world," admitted Ian Ritchie, the Twickenham chief executive. No pressure, then.
Stokes claims the tourists still have a chance despite Australia finishing day two with a 538-run lead